Lisa Watson

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In 2009 in the United States, breast cancer was the most common cancer in women, and colorectal cancer was the third most common cancer in both men and women. Currently, over 40% of these cancers are diagnosed at an advanced stage, which results in higher morbidity and mortality than would obtain with optimal cancer screening utilization. To provide(More)
Each state is autonomous in its comprehensive cancer control (CCC) program, and considerable heterogeneity exists in the program plans. However, researchers often focus on the concept of nationally representative data and pool observations across states using regression analysis to come up with average effects when interpreting results. Due to considerable(More)
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